Although the framework is a success in many ways, it doesn’t meant that more couldn't be done to drive the G-Cloud further into public sector organisations.
Derby City Council is a big G-Cloud fan, but there's a major barrier to further engagement with the framework - its two year contract requirement. Time for the Crown Commercial Service to heed the buy side tough love?
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Estonia used it’s new found independence to build one of the most advanced digital states in the world.
Salesforce and Oracle have made moves on the service management space, but they're coming at it from a different direction, insists ServiceNow CEO Frank Slootman.
Liam Maxwell has been fundamental in implementing the government’s technology strategy and has played a crucial role. But has he burnt one too many bridges?
Veterans of the first wave of tech-driven UK public service delivery tell Think Cloud for Local Government are somewhat surprised to see how little we’ve really progressed in ten years.
A recent report from Fujitsu highlights that there is too much confidence amongst companies in their digital abilities.
The last holdouts to big tech-powered local government transformation may need to fasten their safety belts.
Sage's announcement of a multi-year partnership with the Invictus Games raises questions around the motives behind corporate social responsibility initiatives.
A provocative opener to today's THINK.Cloud for Local Government conference at Manchester Central. The message? Think like Uber, but with a public service mindset.